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You can help the Library by volunteering in a number of programs run by the Toronto Public Library. Take part in this rewarding experience and assist others in your community by volunteering today.

Limited transit fare assistance is available for library volunteers on request.

Teen Volunteer Opportunities

Leading to Reading

Adults and teens are needed to help elementary school age children who are having difficulty at their grade level, on a one-to-one basis. You help improve their reading and learning skills, sometimes assisting with homework too.
Learn more about Leading to Reading

Youth Advisory Groups (YAGs) – For Teens

Join a Youth Advisory Group at your local branch and get the community hours you need for your high school diploma.
Learn more about YAGs

Adult Volunteer Opportunities

Adult Literacy

Help English-speaking adults improve their reading, writing, and basic math skills.
Learn more about Adult Literacy

Homework Help for Teens

Give one-to-one help to students in grades 7-12. This after school program gives teens a place for them to do their homework and receive extra help in their community.
Learn more about Homework Help for Teens

Leading to Reading

Adults and teens are needed to help elementary school age children who are having difficulty at their grade level, on a one-to-one basis. You help improve their reading and learning skills, sometimes assisting with homework too.
Learn more about Leading to Reading

Youth Hubs

Help youth ages 13-19 with their homework. Subjects include math, science, English, French, and other subjects as needed.
Learn more about Youth Hubs